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Name Description Data Format Data Length Valid Values
CORRESPONDENCE POSTAL CODE Postal code for the organization or person address to include foreign addresses. Number_V 35 N/A
FROZEN SERVICE The total years and months of civilian and military service that is creditable in a Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) component of a FERS employee (RETIREMENT PLAN codes K, L, M, and N), or, in the case of a CSRS Offset employee (RETIREMENT PLAN codes C and E), the service that would be included in a CSRS component if the employee ever becomes covered by FERS. Number_F 4 N/A
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES HEALTH BENEFITS (FEHB) EVENT CODE Code for the event permitting the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) change for the employee. Text_V 4 N/A
OCCUPATION An employee's occupational series. Number_F 4 Current Values
Past Values
NAME SUFFIX Suffix to a full name on all official transactions. Text_V 4 N/A
BARGAINING UNIT An employee's bargaining unit status. Text_F 4 N/A
AGENCY/SUBELEMENT The agency and, where applicable, the administrative subdivision (i.e., subelement) in which a person is employed. Text_F 4 Current Values
Past Values
YEAR DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE ATTAINED The calendar year during which the employee received the degree or certificate shown for EDUCATION LEVEL. Number_F 4 N/A
PERSONNEL OFFICE IDENTIFIER The identification of the Federal civilian personnel office authorized to appoint and separate an employee, and to the extent such functions have been delegated, prepare personnel actions, maintain official personnel records, and administer programs for staff compensation, training and development, benefits and awards, and employee and labor relations. Number_F 4 Current Values
PRIOR OCCUPATION An employee's prior OCCUPATION. Number_F 4 N/A
SEVERANCE PAY WEEKS Number of weeks of severance payments received as a result of involuntary separation. Number_V 4 N/A
LOCALITY ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTED BASIC PAY minus BASIC PAY. Number_F 5 N/A
SPECIAL PAY TABLE IDENTIFIER The identification of a special pay table. Text_V 5 Current Values
Past Values
PRIOR LOCALITY ADJUSTMENT An employee's prior LOCALITY ADJUSTMENT. Number_F 5 N/A
POSITION ORGANIZATION The lowest subdivision of an organization to which an employee is assigned as indicated on his/her position description. Text_V 500 N/A
PRIOR POSITION ORGANIZATION The lowest subdivision of an organization to which an employee is assigned as indicated on his/her prior position description. Text_V 500 N/A
INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM An employee's major field of study. Number_F 6 Current Values
Past Values
ETHNICITY AND RACE IDENTIFICATION An employee's ethnicity and race identification. Number_F 6 Current Values
Past Values
OTHER PAY The difference between TOTAL SALARY and ADJUSTED BASIC PAY. This is the amount of any administratively uncontrollable overtime (AUO) pay, availability pay, RETENTION ALLOWANCE, or SUPERVISORY DIFFERENTIAL that may be paid after applying all appropriate pay caps. (Note that, in the Central Personnel Data File (CPDF) system, Total Salary is a system generated data element that does not include administratively uncontrollable overtime (AUO) pay or availability pay.) Number_F 6 N/A
BASIC PAY The employee's rate of basic pay. Exclude supplements, adjustments, allowances, differentials, incentives, or other similar additional payments. Number_F 6 N/A
CREDITABLE MILITARY SERVICE The years and months of military service that are creditable for annual leave accrual purposes. Number_F 6 N/A
PAY PERIOD NUMBER Payroll-provider specific payroll run number. Number_F 6 N/A
AWARD PERCENT Percent of salary received as an award. Only include if the personnel action is an award action based on a percentage of the employee's salary. Decimal 6,2 N/A
EMPLOYEE WORK EMAIL Employee's work email address assigned by the employee's agency. Text_V 60 N/A
POSITION TITLE DESCRIPTION Official classification title description of the position of the employee. Text_V 60 N/A
PERSONNEL ACTION AUTHORIZER TITLE Title of the individual authorizing the personnel action. Text_V 60 N/A
PRIOR POSITION TITLE Title of the employee's prior position as it is reflected on his/her position description. When action grants or continues entitlement to grade retention under 5 U.S.C. 5362, enter the title of position employee actually occupies, not of the position whose grade the employee is retaining for pay and benefit purposes. Text_V 60 N/A
CYBERSECURITY CATEGORY/SPECIALITY AREA A position’s or incumbent’s substantial work role involving information technology, cybersecurity, or cyber-related work. Number_V 9 Current Values
Past Values
DUTY STATION The location of an employee's official worksite. Text_F 9 Current Values
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER The number assigned to an employee's social security account. Number_F 9 N/A
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER BEING CORRECTED The SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER, previously submitted to the Enterprise Human Resources Integration (EHRI), that is being corrected. Number_F 9 N/A
PRIOR DUTY STATION An employee's prior DUTY STATION. Text_F 9 N/A
CORRESPONDENCE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATOR CODE Geographic Locator Code for an address. Number_F 9 N/A
RETENTION INCENTIVE AMOUNT (LIKELY TO LEAVE FOR A DIFFERENT FEDERAL POSITION) - TITLE 5 USC 5754 Dollar amount of a retention incentive under 5 CFR 575.315 that is paid to an employee during a pay period when the employee is likely to leave for a different Federal position. (The retention incentive was authorized under legal authority codes VPA or VPB.) This does not include retention incentives authorized under authorities other than 5 U.S.C. 5754. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SITUATIONAL TELEWORK HOURS IN PAY PERIOD Number of hours during the pay period that an employee teleworked, and where those hours were NOT part of a previously approved, ongoing and regular telework schedule. Situational telework examples include telework as a result of inclement weather, doctor appointment, or special work assignments. Telework means working any part of regular, paid hours, at an approved alternative worksite, such as an employee¿s home. When reporting telework hours do NOT include any part of mobile work, such as work completed during official travel, commuting, or from a customer site. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SITUATIONAL TELEWORK INSTANCES IN PAY PERIOD Number of instances during the pay period that an employee teleworked, and where those instances were NOT part of a previously approved, ongoing and regular telework schedule (e.g., telework as a result of inclement weather, doctor appointment, or special work assignments). For this purpose, an “instance” means when an employee teleworks a full work day OR any part of a work day within their regular scheduled tour of duty from an alternative location. For this data element, telework has the same meaning as in the definition given for ‘Situational Telework Hours’. Decimal 9,2 N/A
ROUTINE TELEWORK HOURS IN PAY PERIOD Number of hours worked as part of a previously approved, ongoing, and regular telework schedule. Telework means working any part of regular, paid hours, at an approved alternative worksite, such as an employee¿s home. When reporting telework hours do NOT include any part of mobile work, such as work completed during official travel, commuting, or from a customer site. Decimal 9,2 N/A
ROUTINE TELEWORK INSTANCES IN PAY PERIOD Number of instances during the pay period that an employee teleworked, and where those instances were part of a previously approved, ongoing and regular telework schedule. For this purpose, an “instance” means when an employee teleworks a full work day OR any part of a work day within their regular scheduled tour of duty from an alternative location. For this data element, telework has the same meaning as in the definition given for ‘Routine Telework Hours’. Decimal 9,2 N/A
RESERVIST DIFFERENTIAL AMOUNT Amount of reservist differential an employee received during a pay period, as authorized under 5 U.S.C. 5538 or similar authority. Decimal 9,2 N/A
BORDER PATROL OVERTIME SUPPLEMENT Amount of Border Patrol Overtime Supplement paid for a pay period, as authorized under 5 U.S.C. 5550. (Restricted to GS-1896 Border Patrol agents in the Customs and Border Protection of the Department of Homeland Security.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – BALANCE OF HOURS Balance of disabled veteran leave hours not used or forfeited, as of the end of the pay period. Eligible employees are credited with an initial balance of hours at the beginning of a 12-month eligibility period based on their work schedule (e.g., 104 hours for a regular (nonseasonal) full-time employee), after applying any required offsets. The balance may be adjusted based on changes in an employee’s work schedule. Disabled veteran leave must be used within the 12-month eligibility period or it is forfeited at the end of that period. (See 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – HOURS USED YTD Total number of disabled veteran leave hours used year-to-date in the leave year. Includes leave used retroactively in past pay periods. Leave must be used for medical treatment of a qualifying service-connected disability. (See 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
PAID HOLIDAY TIME OFF Number of paid nonovertime hours an employee has off because of Federal holidays during the pay period. INCLUDE: • Official Federal holidays (5 U.S.C. 6103(a)) or In-lieu-of holidays, as applicable • Presidential Inauguration Day where applicable (specified DC area) • Federal holidays declared by Executive order, which are treated as holidays for pay and leave purposes (such as the day before or after December 25 or a day commemorating a recently deceased President). Decimal 9,2 N/A
HYPOTHETICAL FULL-TIME REGULAR TOUR OF DUTY FOR PART-TIME EMPLOYEES This is used to compute retirement benefit for part-time employees. This represents the number of hours generally considered to comprise a full-time schedule for the employee¿s particular employment group or class. This will usually be 80 hours for a bi-weekly pay period. There are, however, a few exceptions where the number of hours that comprise a full-time schedule may be higher or lower than 80 hours. See CSRS and FERS Handbook, section 81A2.2-1-C.1. Decimal 9,2 N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – HOURS USED IN PAY PERIOD Number of disabled veteran leave hours used in the pay period. Leave must be used for medical treatment of a qualifying service-connected disability. (See 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
WEATHER AND SAFETY LEAVE HOURS USED Number of hours used during the pay period in which an employee is placed on weather and safety leave. This leave may be used only if the employing agency determines that the employee or group of employees is/are prevented from safely traveling to, or safely performing work at, an approved location. There is no restriction on the number of hours an employee may be placed on weather and safety leave. Decimal 9,2 N/A
FEGLI POST-ELECTION BASIC INSURANCE AMOUNT

5 CFR 870.203: The post-election basic insurance amount of an individual who elects a Living Benefit is the amount of insurance left after the full or partial election. This amount is the individual's post-election BIA. This is NOT the amount of the living benefit (See below). The post-election BIA cannot change after the effective date of a Living Benefit election.

Living Benefit 5 CFR 870.1102: An employee may elect to receive either: (i) A full Living Benefit, which is all of his/her Basic insurance, or (ii) A partial Living Benefit, which is a portion of his/her Basic insurance, in a multiple of $1,000. (2) An annuitant or compensationer may only elect to receive a full Living Benefit.

Decimal 9,2 N/A
AWARD DOLLARS The gross dollar amount of an award. Decimal 9,2 N/A
AWARD HOURS The number of hours given as a time-off award. Only include if the personnel action is an award action for time off. Decimal 9,2 N/A
AWARD AMOUNT Gross dollar amount of an award or bonus given as cash. Decimal 9,2 N/A
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